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Tag Archives: Mothers
EGYPT’S DAILY LIFE – EVERY BIT HELPS!
When this mother standing on the banks of the Nile saw our boat come closer she send her two boys in a rowing boat to meet us and offer us some fruit and a few trinkets . We didn’t want fruit or … Continue reading
EGYPT’S LOST DREAMS
Today, on the 25th of January, three years after the revolution in Egypt, we should be congratulating the Egyptian people on their new democracy – instead with horror and a heavy heart – we are watching the news. Yesterday … Continue reading
Posted in Cairo, Egypt, Foreign Policy, Government, HABIBTI YA MASR, Mothers, Parenthood, Politic Tagged Demonstrations, Killing, Military Dominance, Mothers, Mubarak, Mursi, Peace, President, religion 4 Comments
Statistics in Egypt show that a million children are born every year. It could even be more because in rural areas not all children are registered. Yes, that is a lot of children. They need love and care, and from what I observed during … Continue reading
Posted in Children, HABIBTI YA MASR, Mothers, Parenthood Tagged Child care, children, Fathers, Motherhood, Mothers, Pride, Sons and Daughters 3 Comments